Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


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R. Agenjo1974Localización en Santander del aclimatado arbusto brasileño Araujoia sericifera Brot., asclepiad cea en cyyas fisuras fenestriformes florales quedan apresados los lepidópteros por la espiritrompa cuando acuden a libar
Wasserthal, L. T.1993Swing-hovering combined with long tongue in hawkmoths, an antipredator adaptation during flower visits. Pp. 77-87 in
D. J. Blackiston, Casey, E. S., Weiss, M. R.2008Retention of memory through metamorphosis: can a moth remember what it learned as a caterpillar?
D. J. Blackiston, Casey, E. S., Weiss, M. R.2008Retention of memory through metamorphosis: can a moth remember what it learned as a caterpillar?
A. D. Blest1957The evolution of protective displays in the Saturnioidea and Sphingidae (Lepidoptera)
S. H. Bullock, Pescador A.1983Wing and proboscis dimensions in a sphingid fauna from western Mexico
H. Bänziger1988Unsuspected tear drinking and anthropophily in thyatirid moths, with similar notes on sphingids
E. O. Campos, Bradshaw_Jr, H. D., Daniel, T. L.2015Shape matters: corolla curvature improves nectar discovery in the hawkmoth Manduca sexta
R. E. Doolittle, Tumlinson, J. H., Brabham, A., Brennan, M. M., Mitchell, E. R.1991Sexpheromone blend of the tobacco hornworm. Identification and stereoselective synthesis
B. Dvořák2018Bemerkungen zur Verhaltensweise und Phänologie der Raupen von Pseudosphinx tetrio (Linnaeus, 1777) und verwandten Dilophonotini-Genera (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae): wer ahmt wen nach?
B. Dvořák2017Tarn- und Warnverhalten bei Amphimoea walkeri (Boisduval, 1875) und anderen Cocytiina (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
B. Dvořák2017Über die nichtflorale Ernährung einiger Schwärmerarten mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Gattungen Notonagemia (Zolotuhin & Ryabov, 2012) und Acherontia (Laspeyres, 1809) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
B. Dvořák2012Zum Freßverhalten der L1-Raupen von Daphnis nerii (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
H. Harbich2004Weitere Anmerkungen zur Biologie von {IMacroglossum stellatarum} (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
S. Heinig1978Der Totenkopfschwärmer ({IAcherontia atropos}) im Beinenstock (Lep.: Sphingidae)
C. M. Herrera1992Activity pattern and thermal biology of a day-flying hawkmoth ({IMacroglossum stellatarum}) under Mediterranean summer conditions
H. Itagaki, Conner W. E.1988Calling behavior of {IManduca sexta} (L.) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) with notes on the morphology of the female sex pheromone gland
D. H. Janzen1980Two potential coral snake mimics in a tropical deciduous forest
A. Kelber2002Pattern discrimination in a hawkmoth: innate preferences, learning performance and ecology
A. Kelber1997Innate preferences for flower features in the hawkmoth {IMacroglossum stellatarum}
E. S. Koshkin, Yevdoshenko S. I.2019Diversity and ecology of hawk moths of the genus Hemaris (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) of the Russian Far East
G. O. Krizek1988Atypical nectaring behavior in 2 species of Sphingidae
G. P. A. Lamarre, Mendoza, I., Rougerie, R., Decaëns, T., Hérault, B., Bénéluz, F.2015Staying out (almost) all night: contrasting responses in flight activity among tropical moth assemblages
R. Leverton2015Convolvulus Hawk-moth Agrius convolvuli apparently orientating at dusk
L. N. Litvinchuk1986Ethological observation to butterflies and larvae of learch [sic] sphinx - {IHyloicus morio} Rotsch. et Jordan (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) in pine forests attached to the Ob
J. E. Lloyd1974Genital stridulation in {IPsilogramma menephron} (Sphingidae)
J. H. Louwagie_III, Peigler R. S.2016Biology and chemical ecology of Eupackardia calleta (Saturniidae) in southern Texas
H. Matsuka1991Dip drinking by {IMacroglossum bombylans} Boisduval (Lep., Sphingidae)
R. G. de la Maza_E.2015Comportamiento de la lepidopterofauna durante el eclipse total de sol del 11 de julio en Chiconcuac, Morelos, México (Lepidoptera)
A. Miyata2000Observation of copulation of {IMarumba sperchius} (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
M. C. Nielsen1977{ISphinx luscitiosa} (Sphingidae) feeding on decayed fish
W. A. Nässig, Lüttgen M.1988Notes on genital stridulation in male hawkmoths in South East Asia (Lep., Sphingidae)
W. A. Nässig, Oberprieler, R. G., Duke, N. J.1992Preliminary observations on sound production in South African hawk moths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
J. A. Payne, King E. W.1969Lepidoptera associated with pig carrion
R. S. Peigler2016Field observations of Agapema dyari Cockerell, 1914 (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) in western Texas
R. Perry, de Vries T.2003Notes on the distribution and breeding biology of Galapagos Lepidoptera
F. V. Ponce, Breinholt, J. W., Hossie, T., Barber, J. R., Janzen, D. H., Hallwachs, W., Kawahara, A. Y.2015A molecular phylogeny of Eumorpha (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) and the evolution of anti-predator larval eyespots
R. A. Raguso, LeClere, A. R., Schlumpberger, R. O.2005Sensory flexibility in hawkmoth foraging behavior: lessons from {IManduca sexta} and other species
R. A. Raguso, Willis M. A.2003Hawkmoth pollination in Arizona's Sonoran Desert: behavioral responses to floral traits.
R. A. Raguso, Willis M. A.2002Synergy between visual and olfactory cues in nectar feeding by naïve hawkmoths, {IManduca sexta}
E. B. Reed1868A musical larva
J. P. Reinecke, Buckner, J. S., Grugel, S. R.1980Life cycle of laboratory-reared tobacco hornworms Manduca sexta, a study on development and behaviour, using time-lapse cinematography
G. J. Retallack1990The work of dung beetles and its fossil record
J. A. Riffell, Alarcón, R., Abrell, L., Davidowitz, G., Bronstein, J. L., Hildebrand, J. G.2008Behavioral consequences of innate preferences and olfactory learning in hawkmoth-flower interactions
J. Robb1978Protective behavior in {IAmplypterus gannascus} (Sphingidae)
G. S. Robinson, Robinson H. S.1972Genital stridulation in male {IPsilogramma jordana} Bethune-Baker (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
C. J. Rosales2001Observaciones sobre natación en larvas de Periphoba hircia (Cramer) y Pseudodirphia albosignata (Bouvier) (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)
D. Rubinoff2002Observations of adult and larval behavior in the winter sphingid, {IArctonotus lucidus} (Sphingidae)
S. Sponberg, Dyhr, J. P., Hall, R. W., Daniel, T. L.2015Luminance-dependent visual processing enables moth flight in low light
I. Tanahara1999An interesting habit of the larva of {IAgrius convolvuli} (Linnaeus) (Sphingidae) in Okinawa


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith